Scholarship about Israeli settlement in occupied Palestinian territories provides historical context for recent violence in the region.
The Biden administration’s proposed “child allowances” draw on the feminist thought of Crystal Eastman, who advocated “motherhood endowments” 100 years ago.
The political scientist Adolph Reed Jr. on the Black Lives Matter movement, the “rich peoples’ wealth gap,” and his Marxism.
How social media companies have imported relatively restrictive European free speech norms to the US.
Take the case of Texas.
Protecting democracy from the power of free speech seems like a paradox. However, free speech on the internet has never truly been free.
Historically, relations between Native Americans and the Bureau of Indian Affairs have been contentious. Is that still the case?
Historical and scholarly context for the January 6, 2021 insurrection.
From battles to expand the franchise to the mysteries of turnout, voting is one of the most important things to understand about U.S. politics.
Election days used to be raucous affairs, with individual votes sometimes cast orally for all to hear.